Cloudera Manager can manage multiple clusters. Once you have successfully installed your first cluster, you can add additional clusters, running the same or a different version of CDH. You can then manage each cluster and its services independently.
On the Home page you can access many cluster-wide actions by selecting to the right of the cluster name: add a service, start, stop, restart, deploy client configurations, enable Kerberos, and perform cluster refresh, rename, upgrade, and maintenance mode actions.
- classic - pages are organized by role group and categories within the role group. For example, to display the JournalNode maximum log size property (JournalNode Max Log Size), select
- new - pages contain controls that allow you filter configuration properties based on configuration status, category, and group. When a configuration property has been set to a value different from the default, a reset to default value icon displays. For example, to display the JournalNode maximum log size property (JournalNode Max Log Size), click the
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